Bugfixes in May, 2019

Fix 2 weeks ago Viktor Egri, Co-founder, Head of Product

We released 15 minor, 5 Major, and 2 critical bugfixes this month.


Most important bugfixes were these:

  • Unbounce webhook didn't work properly
  • Filtering based on time wasn't precise enough
  • Statistical significance didn't appear on AB testing analytics page
  • Ab test emails in automation couldn't be edited after publish
  • Email analytics didn't appear in email automation
  • Empty rows were shown as errors in import
  • Engagement data on profile page didn't work properly


We do our best to continuously get rid of bugs. Please report every problem you face in our in-app chat window in the right-bottom corner.

Introducing 10+ Zapier Templates for Integrations

New Feature 3 weeks ago Viktor Egri, Co-founder, Head of Product

Zapier connects thousands of apps. But still, it is difficult to find what the most important integrations are you should set up.

Therefore, we announce 10+ Zapier templates that you can use right away!


What type of templates can you use?


According to feedbacks from you we built 10+ integrations with multiple Zapier templates in it. You can connect Automizy to:


  1. Shopify
  2. Woocommerce
  3. Mailchimp
  4. Facebook Lead Ads
  5. Calendly
  6. Hubspot CRM
  7. Typeform
  8. ManyChat
  9. LeadPages
  10. Sumo
  11. Gravity Forms
  12. Paypal
  13. Google Sheets


But these are only templates, you can connect as many apps you use with Automizy (providing they have Zapier integration).




Are there any other templates you want us to build for you?


Introducing Life-cycle Automation

New Feature 1 month ago Viktor Egri, Co-founder, Head of Product

Up until now you could pull in your contacts to an automation only once. But we now that there are cases when you want to trigger an automation for your contacts multiple times!


Therefore we are announcing Life-cycle automation.


What are the typical use-cases?


There are tons of examples where life-cycle automation comes in handy but here are 2 cases when it's especially helpful:


  1. Your contact gets a tag, receives an email from you, then a couple of weeks later he gets the same tag again (because he clicks a specific link in your email - don't forget about the Link Tagging feature!). In this case he will enter the same automation multiple times.
  2. Your contact joins a list, then goes to another list but later on joins the original list again. It happens when you use multiple lists for tracking the different life-cycle stages of your contacts, e.g. prospects, sales ready leads and customers. Let's say you couldn't close the deal therefore you add your contact back to the prospects list. It means you want to send the same nurturing process over again. It means that your contact enters your automation again.


How to set it up?


Just create or view an automation and below the name of it you will see a completely new option: "Automation runs".



If you click on the "Once" button you will see an option to set it to "Multiple times". If you choose this option, your contacts will be able to enter this automation every time they satisfy the trigger criteria (joins a list, subscribes on a form, gets a tag).




But behold! Turn it to "Multiple Times" only if you think it is important for your contacts to enter this automation anytime. Avoid accidental spamming!


How do you like it? :)



Trigger your automations for contacts that are already on your list!

Improvement 1 month ago Viktor Egri, Co-founder, Head of Product

Up until now you could only send new contacts to your automations with list or tag trigger. From now on you can decide whether you want to pull in contacts that are already in your Automizy account!


How to do that?


  1. Create an automation with “Joins a list” or “Gets a tag” trigger
  2. Publish it
  3. You will see a popup that asks whether you want to pull in only new contacts or you would like to pull in your existing contacts too.
  4. IF you choose NO, PULL IN ONLY NEW CONTACTS, naturally the contacts that are already on your list or have this specific tag won’t be pulled into this automation. It will be applied only to new contacts.
  5. But if you choose YES, PULL IN OLD & NEW CONTACTS, your automation will pull in your existing contacts and new contacts in the future as well.


Smart feature, isn’t it?

Email Link Tagging for Higher Revenue

New Feature 1 month ago Viktor Egri, Co-founder, Head of Product

Link tagging is a feature that lets you:


  1. Send follow-up emails automatically if your contacts click one or more links in your email
  2. Collect information automatically about what links your subscribers click in your emails
  3. Segment your contacts based on their interest and send manual campaigns


Tips and use-cases


Send nurturing emails based on interest

  1. Send a newsletter that promotes 4 blog articles from 2 blog categories on your website.
  2. If your contact clicks on one of your blog articles, Automizy adds a tag (category name of that article) to it.
  3. Also, setup an automation which pulls in the contact if he has this tag and send couple of more similar articles in the next few weeks.

Filter for contacts that likes “A” service over “B” and sell more

  1. Your new form subscribers receive a welcome follow-up email sequence that consists of 3-4 emails.
  2. Each email has 1-1 link that brings the contacts to different landing pages: landing page that offers service/product “A” and another one that offers service/product “B”.
  3. When they click-through, you tag them “interested-A” and “interested-B”. A couple of days later you just filter for those in your list for those who have the “interested-A” and haven’t finished the checkout process yet. And you’re ready to send a promotional email to them! The same applies for the other set of people with your other service.


How to set it up?


  1. Easy-peasy:
  2. Create a drag&drop email in a campaign or in an automation, just add a CTA button (or link to a text) in your email.
  3. You will see that there is a third, completely new “ACTION” tab in the right slider. Click it and you will see every link you add to your email there listed.
  4. Now click “Add tag” button and create or choose from your existing tags.
  5. And that’s all!


Do you like this cool new feature?